Programs January 8 - Member Marketplace February 5 - Margie Lawrence - Round Robin Quilts March 4 - Terre Walker - Judy Neimeyer Quilts. Terre is a licensed Judy Neimeyer instructor and she will give an overview on Quiltworx/Judy Neimeyer designs followed by a trunk show of 25-30 quilts. No workshop has been scheduled at this time, but we can have her back for one if the members are interested. You can read her bio and other related information at: http://www.quiltworx.com/instructors/terre-walker/ April 1 - Joan Mihal - Japanese Jigsaw Quilt Block Demo. She will demonstrate how to construct the block and will have quilts to show. She’ll also bring 5”x5” fabric squares and written instructions for members to take home and try the technique. A workshop can be scheduled at a later date if anyone is interested May 6 - Patrice Meffley - “How the art of making quilts and quilting art go together so well” June 3 - Potluck Lunch July 1 - Donna Sinner - Hexies Sept 2 - Doris Rice demo on X-Blocks rulers, with workshop following meeting. She is the owner of Cactus Queen Quilt Company in McQueeny, Texas, home of the original X-Blocks ruler. Quilt Queen Designs was the brainchild of Patricia Pepe, award-winning quilter and inventor of the X-Blocks template system. In 2017, Doris Rice purchased Quilt Queen Designs and X-Blocks from Patricia, and with Patricia's support, has flourished as the new owner of this amazing template system. You can read more about Doris and the X-Blocks system at: https://www.cactusqueenquiltco.com/xblocks/about-x-blocks.htm Oct 7 - Kathryn Groves: Quilt Making in the Computer Age
Workshops Please contact Ann Randall for more information and to sign up for workshops May 6 - Terry Manning will do a workshop on Featherweight Maintenance from 1-4pm. The cost is $25 and a sign-up sheet is available at all regular guild meetings. September 2 - Doris Rice, X-Blocks System. October 7 - Kathryn Groves. Discussion and demonstration of Electric Quilt Software, Quiltworx Quiltster Software, and she will share some great apps out there for your phone and/or tablet and even talk about how your Word Processor can be a great quilting design tool.